National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology
Last Date: 2017-07-11
F. No. NIANP/2-5(33)/Estt/2009-10/ Vol. II/ Dated: 20-06-2017
SRF Animal Nutrition Jobs in National Institute of Animal Nutrition & Physiology (ICAR-NIANP) on contract basis
Project 1: Outreach programme on ?Monitoring of Drug Residues and Environmental Pollutants?:
Senior Research Fellow
No. of post : 01
Qualifications Essential: M.VSc/M.Sc in Animal Nutrition/Biochemistry/ Organic chemistry / Analytical chemistry with 60% marks with first division. Desirable: Experience in handling sophisticated instruments like GC, HPLC, ICP especially in any reputed laboratory for the analysis of pesticide residues / heavy metals.
Emoluments : Rs. 25,000/- per month plus HRA for candidates having NET qualifications and Rs. 16,000/-
Project 2: Consortia for Research Platform (CRP) ? Biofortification of cereal crops: PI ? Dr. K.S. Prasad, Principal Scientist
No. of post : 01
Qualifications Essential: M.VSc/M.Sc in Animal Nutrition/Biochemistry/Microbiology/Biotechnology with 60% marks with first division. Desirable: Experience in handling animal experiments, chemical analysis and evidence of handling sophisticated equipments like GC/HPLC/ICP.
Emoluments : Rs. 25,000/- per month plus HRA for candidates having NET qualifications and Rs. 16,000/- per month plus HRA for those who are not having NET qualifications.
Age limit: 35 years for men and 40 years for women on the date of interview (relaxation for SC/ST/OBC and PHC as per GOI/ICAR rules.
Hiring Process : Walk - In
Job Role : Research/JRF/SRF
Interested candidates may attend the walk in interview on 11-07-2017 (Tuesday) from 10-00 AM onwards. The candidates will have to register their names by 9.45 AM on the same day.
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The National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology (NIANP) was established on 24th November 1995 at Bangalore under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi. The Institute is mandated to conduct basic and fundamental research with respect to animal feed resource management using physiological-nutritional approaches to improve animal productivity and profitability of livestock farmers.